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[audio]Peter Warshall, Dodie Bellamy, Kevin Killian, Joanne Kyger, and Tom Raworth reading, June, 1999. - Warshall, Peter
A reading with Naropa faculty members Joanne Kyger, Dodie Bellamy, Kevin Killian, Tom Raworth, and Peter Warshall. Many of the readings are dedicated to friends who have passed on, including Naropa teacher Rick Fields. Joanne Kyger reads from her history of the Buddhist teacher Naropa as well as a poem by Rick Fields. Dodie Bellamy reads from "The letters of Mina Harker." Kevin Killian reads his poetry including some poems written in response to the AIDS epidemic...
Downloads: 263
[audio]Peter Warshall lecture on squirrels on earth and stars above. - Warshall, Peter
A lecture with Peter Warshall discussing the battle to preserve Mt. Graham, its endangered Red Squirrel, and the relevant bio-politics that emerge from the issue. Keywords: ecology and literature, biopolitics
Downloads: 158
[audio]Peter Warshall lecture, A Poetics of Natural Light, June, 1996. - Warshall, Peter
Peter Warshall lectures on a poetics of natural light. Warshall explains light and sight from a biologist's standpoint, showing how they are part of a several billion year process of evolution. He explicates the connections between survival and elements of light perception, including contrast, concealment, and color. Warshall sees art as a development of the uses of these elements in the animal kingdom, and relates the artist's and poet's search for beauty to the naturalist's.
Downloads: 377
[audio]Peter Warshall lecture on water, June, 1995. - Warshall, Peter
Peter Warshall lectures on water. Warshall narrates the scientific story of the origin of water on Earth, in four stages. He then describes the molecular structure of water and how it illustrates love: covalent bonds illustrate the strong bond of equal sharing; ionic bonds illustrate the weaker bond of relatedness and openness; and surface tension illustrates the principles of resiliency and light touch, receptivity and boundaries...
Downloads: 655
[audio]Peter Warshall lecture, Two billion years of animal sounds, June, 1999. - Warshall, Peter
A Peter Warshall lecture discussing animals sounds and the nature of music and speech. Warshall plays various animal sounds, talks about how sounds are created and the abilities of the human ear to hear sounds. He discusses a variety of related topics, including the evolution of vowels and consonants, sacred sounds and semantics.
Downloads: 631
[audio]Peter Warshall lecture on squirrels on earth and stars above. - Warshall, Peter
A lecture with Peter Warshall discussing the battle to preserve Mt. Graham, its endangered Red Squirrel, and the relevant bio-politics that emerge from the issue. Keywords: ecology and literature, biopolitics
Downloads: 389
[audio]Anne Waldman and Peter Warshall lecture, Biosphere and noosphere, July, 1992. - Waldman, Anne; Warshall, Peter
Anne Waldman and Peter Warshall lecture on the biosphere, the noosphere, nature and mind. Waldman explains Teilhard de Chardin's idea of the noosphere and goes on to explore the relationship between human beings and nature, including the ways in which we are destroying our own environment. She connects our situation to the Buddhist concept of the six realms of existence. Warshall defines the extent of the biosphere in which life exists...
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[audio]Andrew Schelling, Peter Lamborn Wilson, Peter Warshall, and Joanne Kyger panel, Dharma and eco-poetics, June, 1996. - Kyger, Joanne; Schelling, Andrew; Warshall, Peter; Wilson, Peter Lamborn
Second half of a panel on Dharma and eco-poetics, chaired by Andrew Schelling at Naropa's Summer Writing program, with Joanne Kyger, Peter Lamborn Wilson, and Peter Warshall. Schelling asks the panel to look at strategies for writers interested in environmental issues. Wilson and Warshall talk about the politics of environmentalism. Kyger points out that ecology begins at home with a "Zen awareness" of the household...
Downloads: 129
[audio]Andrew Schelling, Peter Lamborn Wilson, Peter Warshall, and Joanne Kyger panel, Dharma and eco-poetics, June, 1996. - Kyger, Joanne; Schelling, Andrew; Warshall, Peter; Wilson, Peter Lamborn
First half of a panel on Dharma and eco-poetics, chaired by Andrew Schelling at Naropa's Summer Writing program, with Joanne Kyger, Peter Lamborn Wilson, and Peter Warshall. Schelling asks the panel to look at strategies for writers interested in environmental issues. Wilson and Warshall talk about the politics of environmentalism. Kyger points out that ecology begins at home with a "Zen awareness" of the household...
Downloads: 312
[audio]Ed Sanders, Robin Blaser, Eleni Sikelianos, Marcella Durand, Peter Warshall and Anne Waldman panel: Alternative communities and writing, June, 2003. - Blaser, Robin; Durand, Marcella; Sanders, Ed; Sikelianos, Eleni; Waldman, Anne; Warshall, Peter
A panel with Eleni Sikelianos, Peter Warshall, Ed Sanders, Marcella Durand and Robin Blaser. The panelists discuss various ideas of community and the way in which writing affects society.
Downloads: 39
[audio]Peter Warshall, Dodie Bellamy, Kevin Killian, Joanne Kyger, and Tom Raworth reading, June, 1999. - Bellamy, Dodie; Killian, Kevin; Kyger, Joanne; Raworth, Tom; Warshall, Peter
A reading with Naropa faculty members Joanne Kyger, Dodie Bellamy, Kevin Killian, Tom Raworth, and Peter Warshall. Many of the readings are dedicated to friends who have passed on, including Naropa teacher Rick Fields. Joanne Kyger reads from her history of the Buddhist teacher Naropa as well as a poem by Rick Fields. Dodie Bellamy reads from "The letters of Mina Harker." Kevin Killian reads his poetry including some poems written in response to the AIDS epidemic...
Downloads: 91
[audio]Eco-poetics panel. - Collom, Jack; Kyger, Joanne; Schelling, Andrew; Waldman, Anne; Warshall, Peter
Wide ranging panel discussion on topics of ecology, dharma, enviornmental protection, the language and stories of those realms, and their implications for new writing.
Keywords: New American Poetry; West Coast poetry; spirituality and literature; activism
Downloads: 453
[audio]Peter Warshall, Sam Hamill, Janet Rodney, Joanne Kyger, and Andrew Schelling panel, June, 1995. - Hamill, Sam; Kyger, Joanne; Rodney, Janet; Schelling, Andrew; Warshall, Peter
A panel on dharma and eco-poetics with Janet Rodney, Sam Hamill, Joanne Kyger, and Peter Warshall, chaired by Andrew Schelling. The panel discusses the information age; busy-ness and doing nothing; the ecology of paper production; nature, and conscientious objection to overpopulation and capitalism; English language nature writing; and the disconnection from nature in English language poetry. A question and answer period concludes the panel.
Downloads: 179
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